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Surviving climate change and migration in Bangladesh

Millions more are fleeing their homes due to rising sea levels, salinisation, droughts and desertification which are destroying lives and livelihoods. People living the southern delta areas of

Criminalisation confronted

The historic victory of 26th April, when Abelino Chub Caal was acquitted of all the malicious charges brought against him, has highlighted the ongoing struggle for indigenous rights in Guatemala.

Wunmi Mosaku: “Let’s support women to claim their rights”

Actor Wunmi Mosaku discusses the real heroes she met on a trip with ActionAid to one of Ghana’s poorest regions. She is joining forces with ActionAid's campaign to put power back in the hands of

"The dress you are wearing to look beautiful is made of our sweat and tears"

Research conducted by ActionAid and Centre for Development Communications has found that 80% of garment workers in Bangladesh have either seen or directly experienced sexual violence or harassment in

A SLAPP in the face for accountability

Transnational corporations are growing in power. All over the world, this is often affecting the ability of citizens and governments to protect human rights.

Landmark indictment of Samsung France for misleading advertising

After an epic judicial procedure initiated in France by Sherpa and ActionAid more than six years ago, Samsung Electronics France SAS has been indicted for misleading advertising.
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Campaigning for a more progressive tax system

Our in-depth research and awareness raising on public resource mobilisation in Burundi has led to progressive tax reforms.
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Citizens’ Tax Tribunals

An alternative space to share the stories, generate a debate on the implications of tax on ordinary people and draw the attention of the policymakers.
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Fighting taxes that increase inequality

Tax Justice Alliance Uganda challenges a new tax measure that would increase inequality.

Tax pays for schools

This project led to the mobilisation of local people claiming something in return for their tax payments - namely education.